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Posts By Killbarney
KillBarney Tour Taking A Break
After much deliberation at Tripawds HQ, the KillBarney Tour has been suspended until further notice. [captio (More)
The Devil Went Down to Georgia
What a tough little dino that Barney is, nothing will stop him! After surviving the most insane adventures EVER with Happy Hann (More)
Barney Parties with Happy Hannah!
Happy Hannah had a pre-party for her one year More)
Word From Barney At Last!
If you're as anxious to hear about Barney's latest adventures as we have been, check this out from More)
Barney Helps Wyatt Heal
While we wait for news about the next adventures of the KillBarney Tour, Spirit Jerry's More)
Julia Is Not Impressed With Barney
This just in from Tripawds member lovejake: Well... the box has arrived! (More)
First KillBarney Tour Guidebook Now Available
More than three years in the making, The KillBarney Tour, Vol. I is now available in the More)
Sassy Is Paid a Visit by Barney
After having a fun time with Jill in the Big Apple, the next stop on the More)
A Big Day in Barney History
Not only has the KillBarney Tour just made its first stop in the Big Apple, More)
Barney Down Under Caught On Film
While Barney was visiting Spirit Magnum's pack down under, Tripawds member More)
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3 Responses to “Ouch.”

  1. Pepper is out for a trial with a family interested in adopting him! We are hoping it is a good match!

  2. Wonderful article – the seroma drainage was by far the most stressful and terrifying part of recovery for us! Thanks to you guys, we realized it was completely normal and found the best ways to care for our girl and keep her comfy 🙂

  3. Exactly one year since last I wrote. Two years tomorrow that my boy is gone. And two weeks ago I said goodbye to Koko, my Siamese cat, who was Connor’s “brother” and my main support after he left us. It was hard to say goodbye to the greatest kitty I’ve ever known and loved, but he had a long and wonderful life, and while I miss him, the loss is nothing like what I felt when I lost my six year old dog, the closest thing I will ever have to a child. My Con was so young, and taken too early. After two years, I am finally able to talk about my boy without breaking down. I still think of him every day, still hold him close in my dreams, and tonight and tomorrow I will spend some time looking at photos and letters and emails, and remembering…love you my baby, Mama loves you so much.

  4. Wyatt Ray!!! You sure do know how to keep a secret!!!!
    And, as usual, you are the the RockStar Celebrity of the “how to” video And the best part of the video (from your perspective), is you w1ere getting treats tossed uour way! You trained your hoomans si well….everytime you wiggled, you got a treat! You are such a smart voy!

    I’m sorry the injection didn’t work as well as hoped. But I’m soooo glad that you appear to see the cart as your friend! You certainly look happy in the photos. And I’m sure Ausrin Ray was glad to get rid of it!

    My illusion is that you had to stand and stay still a lot for the proper fittings. I can’t imagine the restraint you showed as all these “trial and error” details were worked out. Then again, maybe they had a treat bag tied around your collar

    The tips from Dr. Kramer were informative. I’m glad she was able to help you with proper fitting, usage, etc.
    Wyatt, we are all so happy that you have a tool to help you continue to be YOU! And goodness knows, you have two hoomans who will do whatever it takes to keep you being you❤

    Keep us posted Wyatt! Video next!!!
    Love
    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

    • Thanks Michelle & Sally! We’re glad you found it useful, as Dr. Kramer’s tips are applicable to four-leggers as well.

      Yeah you guessed it Sally, Wyatt ate WAY too much that day as we bribed him through the fitting and trial and error process. Now that we have it down we will be making some videos to share so stay tuned.

  5. This was very interesting. Thank you for sharing Wyatt’s experience with us.

    xoxox
    Michelle & Angel Sassy

  6. In your description of the Ruff Wear Webmaster, you state, “Most people find it works well for their front or left leg amputee,…”. Does that mean it does not work for right rear amputees, or is that just a typo? My foster dog is a recent right rear amputee and, before reading your arricle, I had been very interested in the Webmaster for him after he heals.

    • The Web Master works very well for any front or rear leg Tripawd. Where did you see that quote Ann? It clearly isn’t in this blog post where you commented.

  7. This is such a fascinating interview! Thanks for Sharing. rhis woth us. And thanks to Dr Cahalane for all she is doing to raise awareness in her profession.

    The questions proposed brought out so much insight. Good job!!!!

    I love the way they embrace their dogs as family members without hesitation and without apology, jncluding how they handle their “funeral”, as well as overseeing their cremations. And having dogs enjoy their dining experience with their humans in restaurants, sweet!!!

    Looking forward to the next installment.

    Gratefully,
    Sally and Alumni Happy Hannah and Merry Myrtle and Frankie too!

  8. That’s really interesting, thanks! It is actually so good to hear other positive stories from around the world and not just the horror stories of countries where animal neglect and abuse is still the norm. I also always find it hugely fascinating how not just the way we treat and see our pets differ from country to country but also how veterinary norms and treatments differ.
    thanks
    tina

    • I’m glad you enjoyed it Tina! Global members like you are the inspawration behind getting more perspectives from non-US vets. Perhaps it’s time for us to talk to a Germany-based vet? If you have one you think would make a good guest on the show, please let us know.

  9. oh darn…no cats huh. Probably don’t have room on the bed….and one of the cats is named Pepper!! Here is hoping the sweet boy finds his warm spot soon….he will miss the snow tho

  10. Thanks for featuring Pepper! He deserves a loving home with caring people!

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